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Malus domestica Barnack Beauty.

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  • Introduced:            1840
  • Origin:                     Barnack, Lincolnshire
  • Use:                         Dessert
  • Pollination Group:   4
  • Pick:                         mid October
  • Season:                    November - January/February
  • Raised in Barnack, a small village 4 miles south east of Stamford, Lincs and introduced by W&J Browns of Stamford around 1870. The fruit has a pale cream flesh which is sweet and juicy. Heavy cropper. Tip bearer. A lime tolerant cultivar.